Catamaran Hire in Balearic Islands Without Skipper
The Balearics sit in the Mediterranean Sea, the mere mention of the word evokes an image of sun and sand, coupled with beautiful deep blue waters. You’d be right, that’s exactly what it looks like when you visit these stunning islands.
Whether you’re looking to party on Ibiza, celebrity watch on Mallorca, or enjoy some downtime on Menorca or Formentera, there is something for everyone in the Balearics.
But, to really appreciate what these islands have to offer you need to rent a catamaran in Balearic Islands without skipper. Alongside the main 4 islands, there is a 5th island, the tiny island of Cabrera. You’ll also find the tiny uninhabited island of Sa Dragonera, it’s just 6 km long and sits of the southwest coast of Mallorca. But, that’s not all, there are approximately 150 islets waiting to be discovered around these main islands, you can simply stay on your boat and explore without seeing another soul if you wish!
You’ll find an array of catamarans just waiting to be rented. We can take care of all the details for you when you want to rent a catamaran in Balearic Islands without skipper. Of course, you’ll need the appropriate license but our first-class customer service team can navigate you through the entire process.
The biggest decision you’ll face when entering these calm waters is where you should visit, there are plenty of stunning spots.
On the western side, closest to Spain, you’ll find Ibiza. The beaches here are simply stunning, you’ll want to drop anchor at Platja d’en Bossa and Cala d’Hort. You’ll also want to check out Puerto El Espalmador, a white-sand belt between Ibiza and Formentera that will make you think you’re in the Caribbean.
While Formentera is definitely the quietest of the four islands, there are still some stunning beaches to visit, such as Calo Des Mort which is undeveloped, or the Far de la Mola lighthouse.
Before heading back to Mallorca it’s important to take a look at Ibiza Town, the old part of the town is a fascinating blend of history and you must experience sunset from the famous Café del Mar!
Mallorca offers you Palma, a city that is often referred to as the most vibrant place in the Mediterranean. It has a cosmopolitan feel and is home to a host of Michelin starred restaurants. The coast just above Palma is littered with houses belonging to the rich and famous.
The entire coastline is intriguing and worth sailing. You’ll find mountains dropping into the sea, secluded coves, and perhaps even some treasure. But, you should make sure you visit the Cathedral Basilica de Santa Maria in Palma, as well as the Castell de Bellver. A castle built in the 1300s at the top of the hill where you’ll get fantastic 360° views. The eastern side of the island is home to a number of caves, the best of which is Drach Caves which include an underground lake.
Just a couple of hours past Mallorca you’ll find Menorca, the smaller sister. The island is smaller and has been developed at a slower pace, but it still well worth visiting. You want to see El Toro, a mountaintop fort with 360° views and check out the Parc Natural de s’Albufera, as well as enjoying the almost fully enclosed Cala Mitjana, a cove where you’re sheltered from the weather and can enjoy turquoise waters and white sandy beaches.
The problem when you rent a catamaran in Balearic Islands without skipper is that, despite having the experience of a lifetime, you'll still feel there is so much more to see. You’d be right, that’s why you’ll need to book a return visit.